BergeronArtists rarely sit still. So why has award-winning creative director David Bergeron been with DCP since 1998? Simple, says the veteran designer (with experience at Landor and other big agencies). With so many creative challenges, boredom is out of the question. And the wide range of clients, from pro sports teams to nonprofits, keeps David and his talented staff on their toes, meeting needs with inspired solutions.
KirkDeborah Kirk, editorial director, firmly believes that writing isn’t a job, but an abiding passion. And that passion is evident in the uncompromising editorial standards she brings to DCP's award-winning content. Previously, Deborah held senior editorial positions at Harper’s Bazaar, Details, and Scuba Diving.
LoveClients are happy to have an 11-year DCP veteran like senior project manager Laura-Lee Love looking after them. Adept at juggling a multitude of details, managing deadlines and paying close attention to quality, Laura-Lee always makes the near-impossible look easy.
CookThe most elegantly designed, well-written publication is worthless if it doesn’t serve a client’s objectives. A DCP employee since 1996, senior account manager Dennis Cook understands this instinctively. It’s not about “creative ego,” he says, but about the client’s needs and offering solutions in the most creative and cost-effective way.
- Can custom publishing help an organization rebrand? Absolutely, says account manager Kristen Foster, who has more than 10 years of sales experience with titans like Conde Nast and Ogilvy & Mather. This kind of strategic thinking is just one of the many ways this publishing professional serves her customers.Kristen
- Director of marketing Dave Reik joined Diablo Publishing after 15 years in senior marketing roles at Penton Media, McAfee and Microsoft. As Dave tells clients, “marketing today is less about flashy campaigns and more about sharing relevant information with a targeted audience.” And DCP is in the thick of it, he notes, working with an exceptional level of strategic intent and creative rigor.Dave
- The work overseen by operations director Eileen Cunningham is demanding and detail-oriented. This MBA graduate—who’s been in DCP customer support and project management since 1996—takes immense satisfaction working with staff and vendor-partners to ensure all details of a project are handled professionally and delivered on schedule and on budget.Eileen
- “Produce the best work, exceed clients’ expectations and have a good time doing it.” That’s the philosophy embraced by Barney Fonzi, group publisher and partner. His experience with DCP, Diablo and San Francisco magazines and his track record as an innovative thinker have taught him to assess a client’s needs quickly, then inspire his team to deliver the best solution.Barney
At DCP, we take a balanced approach. We listen. We do our homework. We put talented, energetic people to work on every project and balance their passion with sound strategic vision. We combine compelling content with exciting graphics. We work hard and we have fun. Most important, we are dedicated to our clients' success.